All Dickey, all the time continues as the Blue Jays and Mets have finalized the trade that sends the reigning National League Cy Young winner to Toronto. R.A. Dickey has passed his physical, as that missing ulnar collateral ligament must have went unnoticed.

There’s not much to add to what’s already been written here, other than the names of the “non-elite” prospects being exchanged. The Blue Jays will receive catcher Mike Nickeas, who’s hardly a prospect at 29, but he is Canadian. So that’s a thing. The Mets will receive outfielder Wuilmer Becerra, an 18-year old signed out of Venezuela. Also, confirming a rumour that was floating around earlier today, the Blue Jays hold a $12 million option for 2016.

The knuckleballer himself commented on the transaction in a series of tweets:

It must have slipped his mind, but Dickey forgot to mention that the follow up to his autobiography will be released in 2014 and is tentatively titled “Flags Fly Forever: Winning the World Series and My Life with The Toronto Blue Jays”. Ok, I may have embellished that bit.

So, make it a final. Dickey to the Blue Jays along with Josh Thole and Mike Nickeas for Travis d’Arnaud, Noah Syndergaard, John Buck, and Wuilmer Becerra. Dickey coverage on Canada’s favourite baseball blog will continue on Tuesday.